The FIFA eWorld Cup Grand Final 2018 marks August 'Agge' Rosenmeier’s sixth appearance at the event – more than any other player in the history of the competition. The Dane won the title in 2014 and is looking to repeat this feat four years on.
- Making his record sixth Grand Final appearance
- Champion in 2014
- One of two Grand Finalists to secure their play-off ticket in an ESWC tournament
'Agge’ has been a familiar face on the competitive FIFA scene since 2011. The Dane has been playing the game for more than 15 years, making him one of the most experienced competitors at the FIFA eWorld Cup Grand Final 2018.
He plays for Hashtag United alongside team-mates 'dreamR' and 'Boras'.
Road to the Grand Final
Rosenmeier, who lives in Copenhagen, booked his place at the EA Sports Playoffs in Amsterdam by finishing as the best PlayStation player at the ESWC in Paris.
He then beat ‘Cihan’ 5-2 over two legs at the play-offs in the Netherlands to reach his sixth Grand Final, where his Group D rivals include compatriot ‘Marcuzo’.
His chances at the Grand Final
Few players can draw on more experience than Rosenmeier. After some inconsistent performances in recent years, he is now back on the sport’s biggest stage and ready to repeat his 2014 triumph.
“I’m here to win,” Agge said. “I always set my sights high at a tournament.”
His views on the FIFA eWorld Cup Grand Final:
Strongest opponent in his group: 'Marcuzo'
Best attacking player: 'Marcuzo'
Best defensive player: 'nicolas99fc'
Most underrated player: 'dreamR'
Motto: “If you win, it changes your life. If you don’t win, it doesn’t. This is an opportunity to show the world who you are.”
Who will win the Grand Final? 'Boras'